STEVE MASON RUMORS & GOSSIP
Philadelphia Flyers goalie Steve Mason returned to on-ice training for the first time since breaking a finger on July 27, the Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Mason fractured his finger during a game of ball hockey in his hometown of Oakville, Ontario. At the time, Flyers General Manager Ron Hextall said he would miss two weeks of training.
The Flyers are scheduled to open training...
Steve Mason broke his finger while playing ball hockey earlier this summer. At the time, it seemed like the Flyers were going to have to endure yet another costly injury at the start of a new season. Thankfully for the Flyers, Mason’s injury wasn’t as severe as some feared and he has already returned to the ice.
#Flyers goaltender Steve Mason returned to the ice today for the...
According to James O'Brien of NBC Sports, Philadelphia Flyers goalie Steve Mason has sustained a broken finger at the end of July. Mason's injury is considered minor, and will not interfere with training camp. He will not miss much time training on the ice, and will continue his training off the ice during his recovery, says Flyers general manager.#180965977 / gettyimages...
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Flyers goalie Steve Mason suffered a broken pinky that will keep him out for two weeks but won't disrupt his preparation for the 2014-15 season.(Photo by Amy Irvin/38Photograpy)
If you wear the Orange and Black and play between the pipes, you tend to face a lot of pressure. After all, the Flyers last truly great goaltender for several seasons is now the general manager.
In his offseason training regimen, Flyers goalie Steve Mason figured he'd sneak in a little ball hockey in his hometown of Oakville, Ontario, last Sunday.
Unfortunately for the 26-year-old starter, he ended up breaking his right pinky finger.
On the other hand, it will only cost him two weeks of on-ice training, general manager Ron Hextall said. Mason's off-ice training...
via the Philadelphia Flyers,
Flyers general manager Ron Hextall gave the following injury update on goaltender Steve Mason
"Steve Mason broke his right pinky finger playing hockey in Oakville, Ontario on Sunday, July 27. Mason will miss approximately two (2) weeks of on-ice training but will continue with his off-ice training."
Steve Mason won a lot of Philadelphia Flyers fans over with his performance in the playoffs this past season. Evidently, Jeremy Roenick isn’t one of them. Roenick commented on Philadelphia’s netminding and he was rather blunt (go figure) about his opinion of Mason.
Via CSN Philadelphia:
“I like Steve Mason, but I don’t think Steve Mason is the answer to winning a Stanley...
Steve Mason's new mask portrays some of his teammates in zombie form. (Photo Courtesy of the Philadelphia Flyers Instagram Account)
Steve Mason will be sporting a new lid for the first time in game action on Saturday. On Friday, Mason unveiled a new mask featuring a Philadelphia Flyers zombie theme.
The mask was designed and created by Fran Drummond of Paint Zoo. The mask features...
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Steve Mason has a 2.37 GAA and .923 save percentage in six starts this season. (Kevin Durso/Flyerdelphia)
The lone bright spot for the Philadelphia Flyers in a dismal
1-7-0 start has ironically been the one area that has plagued them most in the
last decade. It is the goalie.
Steve Mason may only have a 1-5-0 record this season. But his
2.37 goals against average and .923 save...